Ron Paul Looking to Get Ownership of Domain Name

Updated, Tuesday, 9:34 a.m.: 

In an email statement Tuesday, Ron Paul's lawyers said the action between and the former Texas representative involve "a private arbitration proceeding, not a UN proceeding," arguing that the World Intellectual Property Organization, a subsidiary of the United Nations, is "serving here merely as an approved dispute-resolution service provider." 

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Ron Paul wants a pair of domain names back from his fans, but he doesn’t want to pay for them.

The former presidential candidate and congressman filed a complaint Friday with the World Intellectual Property Organization, a ...

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